Category Archives: 2 Kings

Video: Elisha and the She-Bears

Today I discuss the troubling passage at the end of 2 Kings 2, where forty-two are killed after ridiculing the prophet Elisha. This discussion was prompted by Jonathan Pageau’s discussion of this passage. If you have any questions for me, … Continue reading

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Podcast: 1 Kings

  In this week’s episode of Mere Fidelity, Derek, Matt, Andrew, and I have a conversation about the book of 1 Kings, particularly inspired by Peter Leithart’s commentary. You can also follow the podcast on iTunes, or using this RSS … Continue reading

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Conquest Narratives in Christianity and Islam

I’ve guest posted again for Political Theology Today, discussing Pope Francis’ recent claim that Christianity shares in common with Islam an emphasis upon the theme of conquest and his referencing of the Great Commission of Matthew 28 as an example … Continue reading

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